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Salmon Rivers Closing in Zones 9 and 10









Aug. 4, 2022


Salmon Rivers Closing in Zones 9 and 10


DFO advises anglers that due to extremely high water temperatures and/or low water levels, the following rivers in Zones 9, and 10 will be restricted to morning angling only effective one hour after sunset on Thursday, August 4, 2022.


During this period, angling is permitted from one hour before sunrise to 10:00 am each day, and will be closed to angling from 10:01 am to one hour before sunrise on the following day.


The rivers will reopen as conditions improve. Please refer the 2022 Angler’s Guide for further information on the environmental protocol.


Zone 9


#87. *Branch River, St. Mary’s Bay


Zone 10


#88 Great Barasway


#89 South East River (Placentia) & tributary streams


#90 *Northeast River, Placentia


#91 Come By Change River


#92 Watson’s Brook, Placentia Bay


#93 North Harbour River, Placentia Bay


#94 Black River, Placentia Bay below falls


#95 Piper’s Hole River


*indicates river has closed sections (reference Angler’s Guide 2022-23)


For more information please visit the In Season River Status website at or call the Angling Line at 709-772-2045.


The Regional Director General, Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Newfoundland and Labrador Region gives notice that Variation Orders 2022-148, 2022-149, 2022-150, 2022-151 and 2022-152 have been revoked and Variation Orders 2022-153, 2022-154, 2022-155, 2022-156 and 2022-157 come into effect at 1800 hours on August 4, 2022.


“Notices to Fish Harvesters” for all commercial fisheries are now available online under the Fishery Notices link on the DFO NL Region webpage at


If you would like to have all “Notices to Fish Harvesters” for commercial fisheries sent directly to you by email please contact [email protected]






For information, contact:

Connie Dobbin-Vincent

Resource Manager

Tel. (709) 772-6319

E-mail: [email protected]









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